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Reza Aslan

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"Zealot" writer Reza Aslan investigates the historic and political aspects of Jesus. (05:07)

Matthew McConaughey talks about his father’s death; tells Piers Morgan how to lose 43 pounds quickly

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He dropped a jaunting 47 pounds to play AIDS patient Ron Woodruff in the film "Dallas Buyers Club" and now Matthew McConaughey is nominated for best actor at this year’s Academy Awards for his role in the film.

Death penalty sought in Boston bombing case

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NBC’s Pete Williams reports that the Justice Department has notified the federal judge handling the Boston Marathon bombing case that it intends to seek the death penalty in the event that Dzhokhar Tsarnaev is convicted.

Unique – Sarah Vowell Prolonged Interview Pt. 1

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On this unique, unedited interview, writer Sarah Vowell discusses the primary and last novel of the late David Rakoff. (06:22)

2 sides of Michael Brown’s death

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2 very different accounts of what happened to Michael Brown

Children risk death for a better life

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Just back from Central America, NBC's Stephanie Gosk explains how children risk their lives to escape violence and come to the U.S.A.

The return of ObamaCare’s ‘demise panels’

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Watch the newest video at video.foxnews.com Sarah Palin weighs in

Unique – Reza Aslan Prolonged Interview Pt. 1

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On this unique, unedited interview, "Zealot" creator Reza Aslan disputes the belief of Jesus as a indifferent, celestial spirit. (05:09)

Egyptian official urges mass death sentence be put ‘in perspective’

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An Egyptian official urged on Tuesday that a death sentence for 528 supporters of the Muslim Brotherhood be put “in perspective.” The people in question were “implicated in acts of sabotage and violent offenses,” Salah Abdel Sadek, chairman of Egypt's State Information Service, told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour. “There is the right to challenge the verdict.” An Egyptian court on Monday sentenced the defendants on charges related to violent riots in the southern Egyptian city of Minya last August, including the murder of a police officer, the country's official news agency said. The riots took place after a deadly crackdown by security forces on two large sit-ins in Cairo, where demonstrators were supporting ousted President Mohammed Morsy. Sadek insisted that the Egyptian judiciary is independent, free from interference of “executive authority.” “Egypt does not have an independent judiciary”, Shadi Hamid of the Brookings Institution, and author of “Temptations of Power,” told Amanpour. “It’s a very politicized judiciary.” “And let’s recall [the judiciary] played a very active role in supporting the military coup on July 3rd [2013]. So we can’t treat Egypt as a normal democratic state, where there’s a separation of powers.” Hamid called the decision the “largest mass death sentence in modern Egyptian history.”

Life and death rulings in day’s court chaos

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Rachel Maddow reports on literally life and death rulings from U.S. courts, from a death penalty ruling in Arizona to contradictory circuit court rulings on the Affordable Care Act.

Unique – Sarah Vowell Prolonged Interview Pt. 2

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On this unique, unedited interview, Sarah Vowell helps John Oliver learn from David Rakoff's posthumously printed novel, "Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish." (05:12)

Fixing the death penalty

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A bipartisan report has released a list of reforms to the death penalty just one week after the Oklahoma botched execution. Ari Melber talks to Mark Earley.

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